Science and the Bible
Science has for decades been seen as objective and reasonable while matters of faith are felt to be subjective and personal. Is this true? Does science and Christianity conflict? And does science disprove the old notions of religious faith as merely superstition and ignorance? Look below for discussions dealing with these topics.
Contents of Science and the Bible
- How is the Universe winding down?
One reason Christians object to the idea of evolution is it bucks the trend of everything running to disorder. But how does this work? Just what does entropy mean? Read on to find out.
- The Christian Position on Cloning
We all remember the great stir that Dolly the sheep caused when scientists announced she was the first successfully cloned mammal. Now a private sect has offered several million dollars to anyone who will create a cloned human. This is another example of why Christians should think clearly about these issues. For a look at the cloning issue from a Christian perspective, read on.
- Is it more reasonable to believe in Creation over Evolution?
The debate of creation versus evolution rages on in our schools and lecture halls. Scientists approach the matter as unassailable fact. But is it, though? If we look at the discussion logically, would we be able to support our position or is it all based on "pure faith"? Come and see how Lenny tackles evolution.
- Does the Big Bang Contradict Creation?
Whenever the question of origins is discussed, we hear about the Big Bang. Scientists say there exists good evidence for such an event, but many who believe in the Biblical creation account deny it. What is the Big Bang? Is there evidence for it and does that conflict with Scripture?
- Does the Expanse of Space Argue Against the Importance of Man?
Science tells us that the universe is extremely vast and extremely old. Isn't it the height of hubris for man to think that he's the most important thing God created? On the contrary, it may demonstrate the exact opposite. Read on for more.